De cómo las muchachas García perdieron el acento

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p2008.
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"Abandonando la tensión política de la República Dominicana de los explosivos años sesenta, las cuatro hermanas García acompañadas de sus padres se autoexilian en el Bronx Neoyorquino, arribando a un ambiente totalmente desconocido y en extremo liberal para sus conservadores padres"--Container.
This is the story of four sisters and their family, as they become Americanized after fleeing the Dominican Republic in the 1960s. A family of privilege in the police state they leave, the Garcías experience understandable readjustment problems in the United States, particularly their old-world patriarch father.
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